‘We’re not ready – we are screwed,’ businesses warn

Businesses are a long way from being “Brexit ready” and continued uncertainty over its outcome is set to impose yet more costs on companies, business leaders from both sides of the Border have warned.

Businesses are a long way from being "Brexit ready" and continued uncertainty over its outcome is set to impose yet more costs on companies, business leaders from both sides of the Border have warned.

Five things Irish motorists need to know about the ‘Green Card’ in event of a No-Deal Brexit

Irish motorists wanting to drive in the UK, including Northern Ireland, will need to arrange so-called ‘Green Cards’ in the event of a no-deal Brexit, insurers have warned.

Irish motorists wanting to drive in the UK, including Northern Ireland, will need to arrange so-called 'Green Cards' in the event of a no-deal Brexit, insurers have warned.

‘Don’t mention the war’ – private understanding hard border is increasingly likely, Martin claims

There is a “private understanding” that a “hard border” in Ireland is increasingly likely – but the Government refuses to tell the public, Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has told the Dáil.

There is a “private understanding” that a “hard border” in Ireland is increasingly likely - but the Government refuses to tell the public, Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has told the Dáil.

Embattled May to get 11th-hour ‘help’ from EU

“Every effort” will be made to help embattled the British prime minister get the EU-UK Brexit deal the necessary approval by the UK parliament, Commission President Jean Claude Juncker has said.

"Every effort" will be made to help embattled the British prime minister get the EU-UK Brexit deal the necessary approval by the UK parliament, Commission President Jean Claude Juncker has said.